Now’s your chance to train in a modern, fast-paced, complex clinical environment.
Logan Hospital in South East Queensland is currently experiencing unprecedented growth. Logan Hospital offers 39 intern positions each year and two of these positions are Rural Generalist trainees.
Logan Hospital became a Digital Hospital in 2017. This step into the digital world provides the opportunity for endless clinical advancements, improved care and reduced operating costs.
We are now accessing documentation across our service in real time with every patient record available simultaneously to every member of the health care team. Digital monitoring uploads patient vital signs directly providing early warning signs, alerts and reducing the risk of human error.
We welcome you to be part of the future of healthcare delivery at Logan Hospital.
Fast facts about working at Logan Hospital
- Specialist training in most medical specialities
- 90,000 Emergency Department presentations annually
- 25 minutes to Brisbane CBD
- 30 minutes to the Gold Coast
- New onsite car-park is being constructed, and a bus stop and railway station adjacent to the hospital.
The intern year consists of five 10-12 week terms, and provides appropriate rotations to fulfil general registration requirements.
Core terms (3)
- Emergency Medicine
- Surgery / Orthopaedics
Non-core terms (2)
- Emergency Medicine
- Intensive Care
- Medicine - General
- Medicine - Specialties include Cardiology, Palliative Care and Respiratory
- Mental Health - Adult and Adolescent
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Surgery - General and ENT
5 weeks leave can be taken during a non-core term.
Your future training opportunities
Information on furthering your career after Internship at Logan Hospital: RMO recruitment
Education and training
Our Medical Education Unit offers personal and professional support for junior doctors by:
- providing ongoing support for interns from the Director of Clinical Training, Medical Education Officers and Medical Education Registrar
- coordinating education programs in accordance with the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors and the Australian Medical Council Intern training – national standards for programs
- developing new educational opportunities, e.g. medical simulation training.
Education and training include:
- weekly junior doctor medical education program
- practical clinical skills workshops
- weekly Medical Grand Rounds and departmental medical meetings
- unit based resident teaching programs
- multi-disciplinary simulation centre.